I just got done reading The Way Out by Alan Gordon. I’m confused. He makes no mention of journaling or of thinking psychological. Schechter and Schubiner require journaling. In fact, it’s basically the main method of treatment. Sarno requires “thinking psychological” - whenever one becomes aware of the pain, shift attention to emotional factors. People have been healed by Schechter, Schubiner and Sarno. Gordon makes no mention of Journaling or of thinking psychological. His main treatment method is Somatic Tracking, yet apparent people were cured by his method as well. What’s more confusing is that Gordon was healed by Schubiner, but has written The Way Out recommending a very different approach. Also, Schubiner was heavily involved in the Boulder study, but the study used Gordon’s method. I’m confused about which approach to use, and how so many contradictory treatments can exist. I healed my neck pain using Sarno a few years ago. That’s was then replaced by this burning skin thing that drives me crazy. I have long believed that it is TMS, but wasn’t initially successful in treating it with Sarno, so I gave up and almost forgot about TMS until recently. I am now very motivated to fix this using a TMS/MBS treatment. But which do I use? I was recommended The Way Out by a pratitioner on the list of this wiki. It was just a brief conversation. I’ve been doing somatic tracking, but it is very different from what I did in the past and am confused about what to do.